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Friends of Van Vorst Park, Inc.We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit established in 1993, dedicated to planting, maintaining, and improving the gardens and green spaces of historic Van Vorst Park.
Friends of Liberty State ParkThe Friends of LSP are dedicated to preserving and improving Liberty State Park as a free and green urban state park behind Lady Liberty and Ellis Island.
Friends of Audubon ParkThe Friends of Audubon Park is a non-profit park group located in Greenville. FoAP formed in 2013 to help beautify, improve and maintain Audubon Park.
Friends of Arlington ParkVolunteers that help maintain, plan and host events in Arlington Park.
First Friends of New Jersey and New YorkFirst Friends of NJ and NY upholds the inherent dignity and humanity of detained immigrants and asylum seekers. We provide compassion and hope through volunteer visitation, resettlement assistance and advocacy.
Family Promise of Hudson CountyFamily Promise of Hudson County is a shelter for homeless families from Hudson County. Families are provided with emergency sheltering, case management and a connection to local resources.
Family Partners of Hudson CountyFamily Partners of Hudson County is a family run county based organization those mission is to empower caregivers of children with behavioral, emotional, and substance abuse challenges. We support, educate, & advocate for our families and we Empower caregivers to become advocates for their families.
Educational Arts Team, Inc.EdArtsTeam incorporated in 1981 to improve literacy for low income urban students in low performing schools and provide positive cultural, social and recreational experiences in our summer daycamp. We achieve these goals through the two branches of our organization Dramatic Impact and Camp Liberty.
Divine Purpose Community SvcsCommunity Building Organization
Department of RecreationDepartment of Recreation is an entity within the City of Jersey City established to promote healthy activity and development for its youth, adult and senior residents. More than sports, the Department of Recreation is an focused on positive experiences enhancing overall quality of life.